All posts by Campus Carrier

Reducing your carbon footprint as a college student

Sam Askew, Campus Carrier managing editor One of the biggest threats to the global population in the years since the Industrial Revolution is climate change. However, it can be rather hard to figure out exactly […]

Black coffee is the best for busy college students

Sam Askew, Campus Carrier managing editor For many Berry students, coffee is an essential part of their daily lives, and everyone has their own preferences for how they drink their coffee. Java City and the […]

True crime media borders on being unethical

As true crime becomes an increasingly popular genre, it is essential to recognize the effect that these shows and movies can have. In the first 28 days of its release, Netflix’s “Dahmer – Monster: The […]

Physician assistant program in the works

Currently in the works, Berry College hopes to introduce a new physician’s assistant program (PA) sometime in the future. It would be an accredited graduate program where students can aim for their master’s degree.

ChatGPT causes controversy of academic integrity

Innovative artificial intelligence technology has led to a wave of increased concern amongst universities. Chat Generative Pre-Trained Transformer (ChatGPT), a tool developed to accurately generate natural language and understand interactions with humans, has raised concerns related to plagiarism and other forms of academic dishonesty.

Georgia General Assembly convenes with new issues

    The Georgia General Assembly convened for the first day of its legislative session Jan. 9. Following the midterm elections last year, in which every seat of the state House and Senate was up for election, Republicans retained wide majorities in both chambers.  Although there are 53 new legislators in the assembly, Democrats only managed to gain two House seats and one Senate seat from Republicans. 

Historic UGA championship win celebrated by fans at Berry

The University of Georgia became back-to-back national champions in college football for the first time on Monday, Jan. 9. The Bulldogs defeated Texas Christian University (TCU) by a score of 65-7, the largest winning margin in nine-year history of College Football Playoff (CFP) games.

Football misses out on post-season but re-builds team culture

The Berry College football program has missed out on the playoffs for the second consecutive year, but the team feels that progress has been made in re-establishing a winning team culture on the gridiron.

Screenwriting club offers outlet for creative writing interests

This semester, senior Alyssa Freyman began a scriptwriting club as a place for any student interested in scriptwriting to collaborate and discuss their latest works. This club is meant not only to be an outlet for filmmakers on campus but also for any student interested in creative writing. 

‘Select’ student art exhibition displays student works

Students taking studio art classes this semester are showing off their work in the ‘Select’ student art exhibition this week. Open to anyone in a studio art class, the gallery consists of artwork from all kinds of majors and skill levels.